hi, the codebreaker ELFs include HDD support but its really quite an annoyance rather than a useful feature since as far as i can tell it cant be accessed by any other software, so any cheats on there are kind of locked so to speak since there is no method to read the data on that partition (uLE cant access it. ). i have two FAT PS2s, a v1 and a v3, and if i remove their HDD then codes/settings are saved to memory card, but once you put in the HDD it migrates to their HDD... which is why its more annoying than useful to me.
after some searching i found some hacks on this forum by ffgriever such as hex editting the ELF to remove all cheats in the internal database, which is great since you can then store only the ones that you need. and this made me wonder, is it possible to completely remove the HDD support from codebreaker? through the same hex editting method perhaps?
also, ive been having trouble running the cb2util linked to in this thread: http://psx-scene.com/forums/showthread.php?t=64126 ('cheats' file for codebreaker) i always have trouble with command line programs (even after reading the README lol), so could anyone please just upload a batch file to automate the process?
p.s. and while were at it, is it possible to do the same with PGEN? another application where the HDD support can just cause headaches instead of being useful... it makes it take ages to load on a big HDD, and that whole PGEN 1.1 thing just adds extra clutter.
sorry for all the big requests. thanks